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Re: Change repository versioning mode

From: Eduardo G. Ferreira <eferreira_at_engesis.com>
Date: 2005-10-27 15:04:07 CEST

Ok. Iīve restored the svn config file to the original and removed the
locks from every file, but individually !
Is there a way to use "rmlocks" recurssively without doing scripting?
One more think that maybe you could tell me...
I was reading in the svnbook that there is no ACLs in SVN. Itīs an all
or none implementation where you can read, read/write or make nothing !
It says that you have to take care of this with Apacheīs authentication...
Allright, but my desire is to have an admin account where i can do
everything and permits the others everything else but deleting files
from the repository or adding new ones. That should be admin tasks.
Do you know if this can be done ?

Thank you so very much Josh.

Joshua Varner escreveu:

>On 10/26/05, Eduardo G. Ferreira <eferreira@engesis.com> wrote:
>>Hi, i was testing Subversion and created a repository using the
>>Lock-Modify-Unlock mode. Now iīd like to keep this repository, but
>>change to Copy-Modify-Merge mode.
>>How can i do this please?
>Remove svn:needs-lock properties. Locking behavior is controlled
>by those properties on individual files, possibly use svnadmin or
>svnlook to remove any locks present. The repository itself does
>not have a "Lock-Modify-Unlock" mode, that is a pattern of usage
>that is allowed by certain functionality, so just change the usage
>of the repository and you are in "Copy-Modify-Merge" mode. The
>repository itself is the same.
>More detail:

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